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With Alvaro Morata leaving for Chelsea: The Golden Boot race will be furious

Alvaro Morata has touched base in London in front of his turn to Chelsea.

The Spaniard's turn to Stamford Bridge will convey to an end the striker carousel, with Antonio Conte getting his man after Romelu Lukaku marked for Manchester United.

The exchange expense is by and large vigorously questioned yet the underlying charge before additional items is £58 million, as per the Telegraph.

It makes Jose Mourinho's affirmation that Real Madrid were getting down to business over Morata all the all the more befuddling.

Chelsea have apparently had no issues in inspiring Real to acknowledge their offer, in spite of the fact that that could be to some degree because of Morata's eagerness to play for Conte.

"I'm heading off to the group oversaw by the mentor who has set the most confidence in me, and that is incredible for me," Morata is cited as saying by FourFourTwo.

Los Blancos have discharged film of the 24-year-familiar adage farewell to his colleagues and mentors at the club's preparation camp in Los Angeles.

What Morata said to Zidane

He is seen imparting a word to Zinedine Zidane, and Morata has uncovered what he said to the Frenchman.

"I let him know much thanks for everything and good fortunes during the current year," Morata told Marca.

The Spain global has a privilege to feel abused by Real - they sold him to Juventus, at that point got him back, just to hand him 14 begins in La Liga last season - so it's decent to see that player and club have isolated on great terms.

Mourinho isn't complained by Morata's turn

Mourinho has responded to Morata's turn to west London by demanding that Man United as of now have a best striker in Lukaku.

"I am not intrigued by what Chelsea Football Club does, truly," the Portuguese stated, per Sky Sports.

"We required a striker, yes. We required with Zlatan (Ibrahimovic) in his best conditions, we required one to offer cover, to give alternatives.

"Him and Marcus (Rashford) was insufficient and particularly after Zlatan's damage.

"We got a major player - a player that I can contrast and what he was a couple of years prior on the grounds that he worked with me a couple of months four or five years back."

The Golden Boot race will be furious

With Morata at Chelsea, Lukaku at United, Alexandre Lacazette at Arsenal and Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane likewise in the blend, the race for the Premier League Golden Boot will be unbelievable.

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